The Background and Value of the Research on Sense of Social Responsibility in China

Chun SU

Abstract


As a moral quality carries social and individual value in the contemporary society, sense of social responsibility is not only excellent civilization of the Chinese nation but also a fundamental moral quality that individuals are supposed to possess in the new era. In recent years, however, individuals’ sense of social responsibility has faced severe challenges from mutiple aspects, that is to say, failing to fulfill their social responsibilities, lacking sense of social responsibility under the central national governance and confronting social responsibility risks generated by the challenges of public crisis. Therefore, in-depth systematic thinking on the research of individual sense of social responsibility and theoretical guidance on cultivation of sense of social responsibility will help deepen people’s understanding of the sense of social responsibility and enrich the theory of cultivating the sense of social responsibility. Based on the above-mentioned aspects, the problems of individual sense of social responsibility will be better revealed and the level of cultivating the quality can be improved. 


Keywords


Sense of of social responsibility; Contemporary background; Value

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10762

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